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Transform the economy of trafficking into an economy of care

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06 August 2021
“On this #WorldDayAgainstTraffickingInPersons, I invite everyone to work together with the victims to transform the economy of trafficking into an economy of care. #CareAgainstTrafficking #EndHumanTrafficking #TalithaKum”. With a tweet posted on his account @Pontifex on 30 July, the Pope joined in the day’s celebration for the fight against the vile phenomenon of human trafficking. A theme particularly dear to Francis, to which he has referred many times in his magisterium, denouncing it as a deep scourge of our time, which disfigures the humanity of the victim and dehumanizes those who commit it. For this reason, on the day called for by the UN, the Bishop of Rome relaunched the message proposed this year by Talitha Kum, the worldwide network of consecrated life that gathers more than three thousand Catholic sisters and those who work ...

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